Under high pressure and heat, fleece is affixed to veneers made from all types of wood
in a range of sizes. The result is a stable composite material that is significantly easier
to work with than ordinary veneer. Even delicate burl veneers are made smooth and
even by the applied fleece and are less subject to breaks.
The weight of the fleece and the type of adhesive determine the fleeced veneer’s
stability, strength and resistance to heat and humidity. Melamine resin bonding, for
instance, has greater water and temperature resistance.
“HUNSPLY” Fleece & Flex veneers are particularly suitable for multi-dimensional
shaping, especially where veneer is glued onto hard-to-work-with surfaces. But the
positive characteristics of fleece & Flex are also appreciated in all conventional areas of
application. Thanks to enhancing processing reliability and ease of use, the costs for
fleeced veneers can be quickly amortized in most cases.